MotoGP Unlimited by Amazon to be debuted in Madrid and Paris
This week, motorcycle road racers including Marc Marquez, Fabio Quartararo and more will be in the French and Spanish capitals.
Amazon Prime's highly anticipated 'MotoGPTM Unlimited' series of eight episodes will broadcast on February 16th in Madrid and on February 17th in Paris.
The MotoGP season 2021- a series of eight episodes was recorded by the Mediapro Studio following the riders on and even off the track.
The series features everything faced by these stars including the highs and the lows when they dedicate their lives to such a sport- no doubt, a demanding one.
Marc Marquez who has been the world champion eight times, Joan Mir - the world champion of the year 2022, Maverick Vinales - who has been MotoGP winner for nine times, Jack Miller - who has won the premier class race nine times, and year 2021’s rookie - Jorge Martin will all be in attendance at 21:00 in the Cine Capitol, Madrid as two new episodes are scheduled to be broadcasted for the very first time.
One day later at 20:30 at the Elysees Biarritz in Paris, the ruling world champion Fabio Quartararo , 2021 runner up Francesco Bagnaia , and MotoGP winner for three times - Alex Rins will watch two additional episodes of the docuseries with members of the MotoGPTM paddock family.
It will be announced very soon when #MotoGPUnlimited officially releases.